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MAT1375 Precalculus FA2017

MAT1375 Precalculus FA2017

Topics include absolute value equations and inequalities, functions and their graphs, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions.

ENG 2150: Introduction to Women Writers

ENG 2150: Introduction to Women Writers

Official Description: This survey course is designed to introduce both men and women to the writings of selected women writers, through readings by both major authors and less well-known writers. Issues of form, structure and genre will be discussed. Students will read, analyze and discuss themes raised by women writers. A variety of genres will be discussed including essays, short stories and poems, and a novel will be explored.

ENG 2201 American Literature II Spring 2018

ENG 2201 American Literature II Spring 2018

This course will introduce you to American writing from the late 19th through the 20th century, with emphasis on the literature as an expression of the cultural and intellectual life of the times. In particular, we will examine texts that explore intersections between race, gender, sexuality and class as they shape individual identity, social relations and national identity. In doing so, we will examine how literature responds to, expresses and challenges the idea of “the American Dream.“ In examining this history, we will also think about how the ideas, words and stories from the past might resonate with our experiences and struggles in the world today.

English 3407 Gothic Literature and Culture, S 2018

English 3407 Gothic Literature and Culture, S 2018

Gothic Literature and Visual Culture

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CHEM 1210 Lab

CHEM 1210 Lab

General Chemistry 2 Lab- This laboratory course is a co-requisite for General Chemistry 1210 Lecture. One three hour laboratory meeting per week and a total of 15 meetings per semester.

Strengthening Research Interactions through Digital Expression (STRIDE)

Strengthening Research Interactions through Digital Expression (STRIDE)

STRIDE is a digital infrastructure using the OpenLab platform that converges a variety of science resources and applications bearing a capacity for enriched engagement in research, and community building. More that a mere website for the NIH Bridges to the Baccalaureate at City Tech, it will contains the following components: • A resource center of digital presentations of faculty mentors research interests/profiles. • A multimedia library of faculty/student research project presentations. • An online journal of students’ scholarly works in research including the sharing of conference abstracts and papers. • Digital platform for an interactive research community that includes online social media.

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